Vidal, Paul-Etienne Cailhol, Simon Rotella, Frédéric Berkoune, Karima Llor, Ana-Maria Fadel, Maurice

This paper points out the generic matrix approach to design Pulse Width Modulation strategies of three-phase Voltage Source Inverters. This well-known problem has inﬁnitely many solutions, and many modulation methods already exist. This mathematical approach deserves to be explored by its rigor and mustidentify known but also new solutions

Vidal, Paul-Etienne Cailhol, Simon Rotella, Frédéric Berkoune, Karima Llor, Ana-Maria Fadel, Maurice

This paper points out the generic matrix approach to design Pulse Width Modulation strategies of three-phase Voltage Source Inverters. This well-known problem has inﬁnitely many solutions, and many modulation methods already exist. This mathematical approach deserves to be explored by its rigor and mustidentify known but also new solutions

Vidal, Paul-Etienne Cailhol, Simon Rotella, Frédéric Berkoune, Karima Llor, Ana-Maria Fadel, Maurice

This paper points out the generic matrix approach to design Pulse Width Modulation strategies of three-phase Voltage Source Inverters. This well-known problem has inﬁnitely many solutions, and many modulation methods already exist. This mathematical approach deserves to be explored by its rigor and mustidentify known but also new solutions

Vidal, Paul-Etienne Cailhol, Simon Rotella, Frédéric Berkoune, Karima Llor, Ana-Maria Fadel, Maurice

This paper points out the generic matrix approach to design Pulse Width Modulation strategies of three-phase Voltage Source Inverters. This well-known problem has inﬁnitely many solutions, and many modulation methods already exist. This mathematical approach deserves to be explored by its rigor and mustidentify known but also new solutions

Vidal, Paul-Etienne Cailhol, Simon Rotella, Frédéric Berkoune, Karima Llor, Ana-Maria Fadel, Maurice

This paper points out the generic matrix approach to design Pulse Width Modulation strategies of three-phase Voltage Source Inverters. This well-known problem has inﬁnitely many solutions, and many modulation methods already exist. This mathematical approach deserves to be explored by its rigor and mustidentify known but also new solutions

Vidal, Paul-Etienne Cailhol, Simon Rotella, Frédéric Berkoune, Karima Llor, Ana-Maria Fadel, Maurice

This paper points out the generic matrix approach to design Pulse Width Modulation strategies of three-phase Voltage Source Inverters. This well-known problem has inﬁnitely many solutions, and many modulation methods already exist. This mathematical approach deserves to be explored by its rigor and mustidentify known but also new solutions

Vidal, Paul-Etienne Cailhol, Simon Rotella, Frédéric Berkoune, Karima Llor, Ana-Maria Fadel, Maurice

This paper points out the generic matrix approach to design Pulse Width Modulation strategies of three-phase Voltage Source Inverters. This well-known problem has inﬁnitely many solutions, and many modulation methods already exist. This mathematical approach deserves to be explored by its rigor and mustidentify known but also new solutions

Vidal, Paul-Etienne Cailhol, Simon Rotella, Frédéric Berkoune, Karima Llor, Ana-Maria Fadel, Maurice

This paper points out the generic matrix approach to design Pulse Width Modulation strategies of three-phase Voltage Source Inverters. This well-known problem has inﬁnitely many solutions, and many modulation methods already exist. This mathematical approach deserves to be explored by its rigor and mustidentify known but also new solutions

Vidal, Paul-Etienne Cailhol, Simon Rotella, Frédéric Berkoune, Karima Llor, Ana-Maria Fadel, Maurice

This paper points out the generic matrix approach to design Pulse Width Modulation strategies of three-phase Voltage Source Inverters. This well-known problem has inﬁnitely many solutions, and many modulation methods already exist. This mathematical approach deserves to be explored by its rigor and mustidentify known but also new solutions

Cherix, Nicolas Delalay, Simon Barrade, Philippe Rufer, Alfred

This paper presents a modular control platform which is tailored for teaching and research applications. It aims at being entirely “student-proof” and features software-independent safety mechanisms, extensive signal conditioning and easy-to-use interfaces, dedicated to power electronics. A practical example with various HIL simulation results illu...